lunchbox lancer n. archaic Mediaeval term for a cocoa shunter (qv). First used by King Arthur to describe the French army.
“Fear not the French, for their knights are without heart, and their King without wisdom. But keep thine backs as to the wall, for amongst their number thou shalt find more than a few lunchbox lancers, I can tell you”
A group of males who bat for the other team
Have heart brave knights for our French foes are not stout of heart and will not withstand our assault for they are a bunch of Lunch Box Lancers, taken from Richard III